Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area

- Located 6200 feet in Kula
- 9.7 miles from Kula
- No showers 
- Views of both North and South coast and neighboring islands of Lanai,Kaho'olawe, and Molokai
- Recommended 4-wheel and plenty of clothing

Wai'anapanapa State Park

- Black sand beach
- Natural blow holes
- Lava tube caves
- Native hala forest
- Natural ocean arches
- Dramatic sea stacks
- Some lodging, picnics, and hiking
- Wai'anapanapa is a tough one to get a permit for though. Clic here to get your permit online;

Kanaha Beach Park


- Next to the Kahului airport
- Drinking water
- Chemical toilets
- Picnic tables
- Bbq pits
- Outdoor showers
- 3 volleyball courts
- Lifeguards
- Kitesurf  -  Windsurf spot
- Payphones and a great beach
- 3-Days maximum is enforced

You need to get a permit in Kahului before you leave on your trip

Camp Olowalu (Private)

- Go Surfing                                                          
- Hike to Olowalu Petroglyphs                            
- Camp by the Ocean                                           
- Go Snorkeling
- Go Kayaking
- Check out Lahaina’s Front Street
- Picnic Tables
- Outdoor Shower

Holua Campground

- Holua is a great option at 6,940 feet
- Located 3.7 miles down the Halemauu Trail
- Holua is set in shrub land around lava flows
- It is 7.4 miles from the Sliding Sand Trail

Paliku Campsite

- 9.3 miles along the Sliding Sands Trail
- 10.4 miles on the Halemauu Trail
- Located 6,830 feet from sea level
- This is one of the more beautiful spots on Maui
- Frequent rains that come in with clouds and fog from over the cliff tops

Hosmer Grove Campground (Haleakala)

-No permit is needed.
-Temperature at night 30's or below, during the day highs are from 50-65'F
-Chance of rain are good
-Picnic tables,pit toilets,some barbeque grills, and drinkable water available

Kipahulu Campground

- Regular rain
- Near to the Seven Sacred Pools
- No water available
- Picnic tables and grill at every site
- Communal chemical toilets
- Take your spot then walk to the Kipahulu Visitor Center to get your permit
- Pit toilets

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